Monthly Archives: October 2008

  • At 0930hrs yesterday (Tuesday 28-10-08) more than 100 people participated in a demonstration organised by ROHR Zimbabwe in Masvingo. The protest is a continuation of the peaceful demonstration that was heavily crushed by Police in Harare during a meeting of SADC heads of State on Monday (27-10-08), which left 23 people with injuries, seven arrests […]

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  • ROHR ACTIVISTS RELEASED FROM POLICE CUSTODY WITHOUT CHARGE…. … after three alleged attempts by CIO operatives to abduct them during detention. Six ROHR Zimbabwe activists who were arrested on Monday 27 October 2008 after a peaceful protest were released last night without charge. Mercy Ncube, Simbarashe Sibanda, Joseph Mutizi, Adam Muchiriri, Tonderai Moyo and Clever Nyoni spent […]

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  • [flickr photo=2977736923 size=small align=centre vspace=10 hspace=10] 23 men and women have been hospitalised and seven arrested after ROHR Zimbabwe demonstrated in Harare today. Four people are missing after having been reportedly abducted by Zanu PF operatives. The four are Moses Mutasa from Hatfield, Tinei Tinarwo from Glen Norah, Mr Ncube from Dzivarasekwa and Adam Muchiriri […]

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  • This gallery is compiled by Sokwanele, a non-partisan, pro-democracy group campaigning for non-violent means to achieve peace and democracy in Zimbabwe. If you have any pictures you think should be included here please contact Sokwanele here   [flickr set=72157600853440301] No related posts.

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  • DEMAND FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE CAMPAIGN DEMONSTRATION Today ROHR Zimbabwe members take to the street of Harare to demonstrate. This protest marks the inauguration of the campaign for Democracy and Justice in Zimbabwe whose primary aim is to see Zimbabwe hold fresh election within 2 years. Our hopes are underpinned in the need for people […]

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  • CASH SITUATION URGENT ROHR ZIMBABWE VS RBZ COURT CASE UPDATE On Thursday 25 September 2008 , Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe (ROHR Zimbabwe) filed an urgent court application to the high court for an order to scrap, or else review, the prohibitive cash withdrawal limit that was by then pegged at $1000. On the same […]

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  • STATEMENT ON ROHR ZIMBABWE, R.B.Z COURT CASE REGARDING REVIEW OF BANK WITHDRAWAL LIMITS, SEPTEMBER 25, 2008 Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe (ROHR Zimbabwe) has, today, taken the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to court over the central bank’s failure to review bank withdrawal limits in line with the economic situation prevailing in Zimbabwe. The court […]

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  • As the struggle to bring change in Zimbabwe continues, members of the Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe gathered to launch another branch in the city of Stoke – on – Trent on 27 September 2008 . Thanks to the hard work and determination of human rights activists Pauline Mutema, Farirai Muchibwa, Joanna Zhira, and Colleen […]

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